Dr. Tali Aldouby-Schuck served as a TaNaKH Educator Consultant for the AVI CHAI Jewish Day School Standards and Benchmarks Project. She completed her Doctorate in Education and Jewish Studies at the NYU Steinhardt School of Education. Her dissertation research explored how Catholic and Jewish Bible teachers' instructional practices are informed by their background, ideas and beliefs regarding the Bible.
While pursuing her doctorate at NYU, Tali provided classroom supervision and mentoring for students pursuing their Master's Degree in Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary's Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education. In addition to teaching Bible at the Abraham Joshua Heschel School in Manhattan, Tali was a Melton Fellow at the Hebrew University. Her research focused on Bible teachers in American Jewish day schools who grew up as secular Israelis and how their secular upbringing influenced their pedagogy and content choices.
Tali is an alumna of The Paradigm Program, introducing a new approach to understanding Jewish identity through the lens multi-cultural settings, philosophy and society. She grew up in Israel and served in the IDF as a Squad Leader and a Krav Maga Instructor in Basic Training. Tali resides in New Rochelle, NY with her husband, Rabbi David Schuck, and their three children.